The Tax Decade, 1981-1990: How Taxes Came to Dominate the Public Agendaby C. Eugene Steuerle
One of the key players in the formulation of the 1986 Tax Reform Act surveys a decade of U.S. federal tax changes unprecedented in history. The author interprets the succession of tax debates during the 1980s, offers an insider's perspective on the tax policies of the Reagan administration, and cites the lessons to be learned from the past about how to set future tax and budget reform priorities.
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